Franklin Township: Free Water Testing by the Water Department

April 28, 2017

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - If you think your water has traces of lead or copper, you can have it tested by the Water Department at no cost to you. 

The Franklin Township Water Department is looking for water customers who are willing to take part in the township’s "Lead and Copper Sampling Plan," according to a statement. 

The samples are being collected to determine ...

As Population Grows, So Does Robert Wood Johnson’s Emergency Room

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Is there any Hub City institution that’s not expanding these days?

Rutgers University has taken on a number of high-profile projects in recent years, including The Yard at College Avenue and the Honors College building. Several towers are expected to soon crop up downtown, making space for offices, apartments, commercial shops and performance spaces. The public ...

Franklin Township: Parks and Recreation 2017 Summer Camp Registration Now Open

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - The parks and recreation department announced, April 4, 2017 summer camp registration is now open. Full and half-day programs for children of all ages are being offered. 

If you have a child interested in the sciences, destination discovery camp might have what you are looking for with programs such as  - Stem Inventions with Little Bits, Chemical ...

Rutgers Helps NJ Tackle Opioid Epidemic

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - With opioid drug overdoses becoming a growing national health crisis, Rutgers experts have created a toolkit to help communities across New Jersey combat the deadly problem.

Students, faculty and clinicians at the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers recently launched the Opioid Abuse Toolkit: Resources for New Jersey Communities. This free toolkit includes a ...

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